In 1967 Judi Dyelle graduated with honours and became an Associate of the Ontario College of Art. She was awarded the Lieutenant Governor’s Medal of Excellence. Upon graduation she received a Canada Council Grant which allowed her to spend a year and a half travelling in Japan and studying with Tatsuzo Shimaoka who was one of Japan’s most recognized ceramic artists. It was in Kyoto that she first experienced porcelain and knew that she had found her clay. When Judi returned to Canada, she began teaching pottery in Toronto and continued in Vancouver, Montreal and Victoria. She has exhibited and given numerous workshops in Canada and the United States. Judi was invited to participate in an International Ceramic Festival and exhibition in Mokpo, Korea. Her work is in many private and public collections throughout North America, China, Korea, Japan, Australia, Denmark, Iceland, Germany and England.


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